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, the writer who brought us, of course, harry potter. and now, her first book for adults is already a hit. it's called "the casual vacancy." and abc's cynthia mcfadden went all the way to scotland to visit the very usually private writer for a very intimate interview. >> good morning, amy. i started out worried to tell you the truth. it was so intense the book. we had to read the man script pages in the publisher's offices. but it was all okay when we got to meet j.k. rowling. her novel is already becoming a blockbuster. it's number one on amazon.com before going on sale today. before anyone really knows much about what's in it. you're going to get your own first look from the author herself, right now. >> harry potter, confront your fate. >> reporter: it's been years since the last harry potter movie was released. five years since the last book. but the interest in harry potter's creator has not died down. especially as her new non-harry novel goes on sale. i'm holding the only copy of the book in scotland, i understand. this is so rare. i read the manuscript pages in your publisher's office
of the article, the writer says, quote, it might as well be harry potter's i invisible night bus because no one can prove that it exists, end quote. what's your thought here? >> i have to agree that just because one says something doesn't make it so. look, no one wants voter fraud. no one wants ineligible people voting. the issue is these policies that politicians have been writing, that spapartisan activists have been pursuing. but you hear about these buses of voters, you hear about what they say is the food stamp army out to steal the election, the illegal alien vote, their words, trying to steal the election. but that's not backed up with reality. no one wants voter fraud. but we don't want to make it where eligible americans can't exercise their rights to vote. let's take down these barriers instead of enacting roadblocks and making people jump over hurdles to exercise what is the most basic fundamental freedom. that's what your democracy is about. it's about going to the ballot box and participating and having control over our democratic process. we are working overtime to make sure voter
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